That is not always true. A lot of times you can have up to twelve or more players on each team.
Did you mean offense? You are on offense when your team has the ball. The goal, when on offense, is to take the ball down the field and score a goal. The opposite of offense would be defense. You are on defense when the opposing team has the ball. The goal when on defense is to prevent the other team from scoring a goal. Hope this helped.
As long as there was a clear change of possession to the defense before they fumbled the ball back to the offense, then the offense would keep the ball and get a new set of downs. If the defense fumbled the ball back to the offense without ever establishing possession, then the ball would go over to the defense on downs. The only way the offense could retain possession in this case is if the ball ended up beyond the first-down marker when the offense finally recovered.
Directly after a basket is scored, the opposing players (previously on defense) usually run up the court waiting for their Point Guard or 1to bring the ball up the court. Players that are now on defense occasionally pressure or press the offense in hopes of receiving the ball again. Hope it helps,===Zakariye===
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